Bountiful Bristol Bulletin


Intro to Permaculture Course 5th-6th April 2014 by nadiacatkinhillman
April 4, 2014, 10:56 am
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Venue: Hamilton House, 80 Stokes Croft, Bristol BS1 3QY

When: 10.00am to 5.00pm both days

Cost: £100/£70 (concessions)

Booking: Please complete our booking form here or email hello@permanentcultures.com

Find yourself burgeoning with curiousity about all things permaculture? Brimming with ebullient enthusiasm for ecological and sustainable ideas? Or just fancy knowing what all the fuss is about? Then our Introduction to Permaculture course is for you.

Permaculture is a regenerative, ethical design approach that replicates natural systems, to tread lightly on the Earth. Whether designing a community garden, or your urban window ledge, the principles of permaculture can guide you in your journey to a truly sustainable lifestyle.

Inspiring, informative and interactive, the course will equip you with an understanding of the fundamentals of permaculture and how to apply them to your daily life.

We offer over 10 hours of teaching time, exploring a variety of themes whilst keeping anchored to a few key design concepts that will aid and develop design.

This course content includes:

  • History, definitions and characteristics
  • Ethics and principles
  • Observation skills and techniques
  • Flexible design methods
  • Practical design and much more!

We are currently offering courses in London and Bristol, as well as delivering on the Lottery funded PACT project.

If you are reeling in excitement about the pervasive positive potential of permaculture then sign up for one of our two day courses today.

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